Construction is approaching the finish line on Arris Grand, a nine-story residential building at 445 Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Designed by Fogarty Finger Architects and developed by Ranger Properties, the 110-foot-tall structure spans 120,809 square feet and will yield 113 market-rate and affordable rental units, 7,652 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, and a 4,362-square-foot community center for the Seventh Day Adventist Church. KD Sagamore Capital is listed as the owner, Corcoran New Development is the exclusive marketing and leasing agent, and Titanium Construction Services is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the corner of Grand Avenue and Fulton Street.
The shroud of scaffolding and blue netting has been dismantled since our last update a year ago, revealing the look of the red brick façade and grid of floor-to-ceiling windows, which features interspersed arched corners. Railings are in place along the upper setback and roof terrace, which have been populated with trees and shrubbery. Only the ground floor remains to be finished, and currently sits exposed behind construction barriers and chain link fencing.
The following renderings of Arris Grand preview the final appearance of the exterior and offer a look at an upper-level unit, with views over the neighborhood and of the Manhattan skyline to the north.
Residential amenities at Arris Grand will include a penthouse-level resident’s lounge with a media area and a private party room with a full kitchen and a rooftop patio, a full-time attended lobby with a package room, a fitness center, a pet spa, on-site parking with electric vehicle charging stations, bike storage, a craft lab and art studio, a work lounge, a media lounge, a billiard gaming lounge, a shared laundry room, a rooftop dog run, and a shared outdoor rooftop terrace with barbecue stations, dining areas, and lounge seating.
The nearest subway from the site is the C train at the Clinton-Washington Avenues station at the corner of Fulton and Clinton Streets.
Finishing touches on Arris Grand should likely finish up by this winter.